William Shatner and Douglas Trumbull recall script woes, production delays and the disaster that almost stopped the TREK franchise in its tracks.
I’ve also been listening to the wonderful symphonic soundtrack music for classic STAR TREK. It really takes you back.
“The Doomsday Machine” had everything a STAR TREK fan could want: action, suspense, courage, remorse, sacrifice — and great music.
During my days working at ET, I gleefully raided the ET vault for vintage set-visit video of STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN to assemble a tribute video and was not disappointed.
How often does one get to drink STAR TREK-themed drinks and sit in the Enterprise Captain’s Chair with the frickin’ Endeavour on display behind you?
The origins of Ideal’s S*T*A*R Team and how one toy company is giving the short-lived toy line new life.
EXCLUSIVE: Talented artist SHAG talks pop-culture influences, licensed character work, what he refuses to paint, and what’s next!
William Shatner is a tough nut to crack when it comes to his personal life, but opened up to me in this surprising STAR TREK interview.
FAMILY GUY creator Seth MacFarlane talks to me about his new Sci-Fi series, which may owe more to M*A*S*H than STAR TREK.
I chat with THE BLACK HOLE stars and director on the occasion of the iconic Disney film’s 40th anniversary.
His short-lived ’70s Sci-Fi show may have slipped into a black hole, but Richard Benjamin has a special fondness for it.
My interview with CHILD’S PLAY creator Don Mancini, producer David Kirschner & director Tom Holland for the 30th anniversary of the horror classic.
My interview with Malcolm McDowell on TIME AFTER TIME and how making the Nicholas Meyer film changed his life.
Watch amazing behind-the-scenes footage of ROBOCOP, complete with Peter Weller’s quirky personal tour of the set and that unwieldy Robo-suit.
I love to talk, and so naturally I love the podcast format, which provides a casual, fun, and freeform way to share all the things I love about genre pop culture.
Being both a movie buff and avid comic-book reader had its perks in the ’70s and ’80s, especially when Marvel Comics rolled out its “Marvel Super Special” comic-book magazine series.